5.The Witcher 

What is similar to the works included in this article is that they were all well known before they were turned into games. Unfortunately, the five-part series of the Polish fantasy novel Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Witcher was not that lucky. Published for the first time in 1986 and had some popularity in the early 1990s, but once the title The Witcher is listed, most of the respondents automatically mention the mage-the local demon hunter Geralt. Rivia (Geralt of Rivia) “flips the ability” in the trilogy of The Witcher Game Series, which was first published in 2007.

6.S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl

Roadside Picnic, a satirical novel written by Boris and Arkady Strugatsky in 1972, was the basis for the first three installments of the STALKER Open World Action Shooter series published in 2007. Despite having the same plot, but where the original constructs a storyline with deep details, offering the author a vision of idealism and human ambitions, the edition of the game emphasizes on the aspect of fiction. , downplaying character psychology and directing players to experience the devastated post-apocalyptic landscape by cleverly merging it into one real-world venue.

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The strength of S.T.A.L.K.E.R is that it has the right mix of FPS and RPG play

S.T.A.L.K.E.R’s incredibly broad world plus open gameplay lets the player experience more like an RPG game than just running and firing FPS. In S.T.A.L.K.E.R, you can do anything you want, anything changes the way you think. In short, graphics and sound were taken care of from the first version and kept consistent in the next updates, plus free-roaming and open-ended gameplay, the game attracted a massive fan base of both. FPS and RPG games from the first day of their releases.


The Game Rankings Framework has a total score of 94.95 per cent and is fourth of the best games ever released on Xbox 360 behind The Orange Box, Grand Theft Auto IV and Mass Effect 2. On PC, the average score was 95.2 percent, third behind Half-Life 2 and The Orange Box. At Metacritic, BioShock rated 96, making it the best game on Xbox 360 in 2007.

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